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What's the difference between 2N866BD and 2N866 ?
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Disregard the motor letter suffixes for motor replacements. It is a revision level used for internal purposes. Both motors operate the same.

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1/2 HP someone cut the cord off. Can you tell me how to re wire. It has 3 wires inside. white.orange and blue
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Give us a call so we can assist you on your wiring situation. 1-800-Grainger.

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We do not have any motors that can be put on a windmill to make AC.

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Currently set up for 115v, ccw rotation. Want to rewire for 230v, cw rotation.
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Model 5K966-A
RPM 1740 ph 1
Type KF
Motor Ref 72625-A PF
Code H
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It has been sent to you.

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This motor was used for the Fasco Model 761 bathroom vent.
Is there a replacement motor.
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Your motor is classified by Fasco as a discontinued OEM unique motor. If you call us with all of the specs off of the tag along with how it is mounted and shaft specs, rotation, we may be able to match one up for you. 1-800-Grainger

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I am interested in building a small table mounted lathe with a 5" chuck. what would you recommend for a motor and accessories for this project.
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1/2 HP motors are commonly found on metal lathes with 5 inch chucks such as our #5K696. If very heavy cuts are planned as standard for the lathe, then a 5K460 may be a better choice.

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the specs on the motor are as follows.
1 phase
TEFC-SAW ARBOR TYPE KB62L /2
IP55 220V 60HZ
2.75 HP 3440 RPM
Used on a wet table brick saw

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That seems to be a metric motor. On metric motors, if it follows the standards of the IEC Group, there will be an IEC number on it to identify some key attributes to ensure it will fit correctly. Give us a call with the motor nearby by and let us help. Call 1-800-Grainger and ask for the Motors Team.

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Dual Shaft Motor

Do you have a motor with the same specs as a Dayton 4M195D with a 3/8" Shaft instead of the 1/4" shaft
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No, but we have shaft reducer bushings that would be a solution also. Check out our item #6L101, 3 in a package.

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That is no problem with our resources, our 5K193, 5K987 or our 6K965.

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Catalog numbers are difficult to cross-reference without having the motor data, as well.
Since this is a single-phase, capacitor-start motor, the best way to find an equivalent is to bring the old motor in to a Grainger service counter, so the people there can match all of the electrical, mechanical & physical (frame, shaft, etc.) specifications with a new unit.
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We carry complete electric gate units, just enter electric gate into the search box on our site. We also carry gearmotors for those who may want to build the unit from scratch. In the same way, search gearmotors at Grainger.com.

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